Connect to your users’ Hubspot CRM to create, access, and update records in their Hubspot account.

Setup Guide

You can find your HubSpot application credentials by visiting your HubSpot developer dashboard.

You'll need the following information to set up your HubSpot App with Paragon Connect:

  • Client ID

  • Client Secret

  • Scopes Requested


  • HubSpot Developer Account. You can create one here.

  • HubSpot application. Learn more about creating a HubSpot application here.

Add the Redirect URL to your HubSpot app

Paragon provides a redirect URL to send information to your app. To add the redirect URL to your HubSpot app:

1. Copy the link under "Redirect URL" in your integration settings in Paragon. The Redirect URL is:

2. Log in to your HubSpot developer dashboard.

3. Click Manage apps, then select the app you'd like to connect to Paragon.

4. Under Auth > Auth settings > Redirect URL, paste-in Paragon Connect's redirect URL found in Step 1.

5. Select any scopes you'd like to use in your application.

6. Press the Save button at the bottom of the page.

HubSpot provides your Client ID and Client Secret needed for the next step.

Add your HubSpot app to Paragon

1. Select HubSpot from the Integrations Catalog.

2. Under Integrations > Connected Integrations > {YOUR_APP} > Settings, fill out your credentials from the end of Step 1 in their respective sections:

  • Client ID: Found under Auth > Auth settings > Client ID on your HubSpot App page.

  • Client Secret: Found under Auth > Auth settings > Client secret on your HubSpot App page.

  • Permissions: Select the scopes you've requested for your application.

Press the blue "Connect" button to save your credentials.

Note: You should only add the scopes you've requested in your application page to Paragon.

Connecting to HubSpot

Once your users have connected their Hubspot account, you can use the Paragon SDK to access the Hubspot API on behalf of connected users.

See the Hubspot REST API documentation for their full API reference.

Any Hubspot API endpoints can be accessed with the Paragon SDK as shown in this example.

// You can find your project ID in the Overview tab of any Integration

// Authenticate the user
paragon.authenticate(<ProjectId>, <UserToken>);
// List Companies
await paragon.request("hubspot", "/crm/v3/objects/companies", { 
  method: "GET"
// Create Company
await paragon.request("hubspot", "/crm/v3/objects/companies", { 
  method: "POST",
  body: {
    "properties": {
      "city": "Cambridge",
      "domain": "",
      "industry": "Technology",
      "name": "Biglytics",
      "phone": "(877) 929-0687",
      "state": "Massachusetts"

Building HubSpot workflows

Once your HubSpot account is connected, you can add steps to perform the following actions:

  • Create Contact

  • Update Contact

  • Search Contacts

  • Get Contact by ID

  • Create Company

  • Update Company

  • Search Company

  • Get Company by ID

  • Create Deal

  • Update Deal

  • Search Deals

  • Get Deal by ID

  • Create Engagement

When creating or updating records in HubSpot, you can reference data from previous steps by typing {{ to invoke the variable menu.

Working with HubSpot Custom Objects and Custom Fields

It's common that different HubSpot instances may be configured with different Custom Objects or Custom Fields. Paragon provides the ability for your users to choose their own Custom Object mapping.

Custom Object Mapping

To allow your users to choose their own Custom Object Mapping, add the Custom Object Mapping user setting in your Connect Portal Editor. You should give this setting a descriptive user-setting name, for example, if you're mapping contacts from your app to HubSpot, you might call this "Map Contacts to this object".

Below, add a label for each object property that should be mapped from your app to a HubSpot object field. In our contacts example, you might add labels for "First Name", "Last Name", and "Email".

In your Connect Portal, your users will be prompted to select an object from their HubSpot instance when enabling this workflow. For each of the object properties you labeled, your users will be prompted to select which object field that property should be mapped to.

In the workflow editor, you can now access your user's custom object mapping in the variable menu. For example:

Using Webhook Triggers

Webhook triggers can be used to run workflows based on events in your users' HubSpot account. For example, you might want to trigger a workflow whenever new contacts are created HubSpot to sync your users' HubSpot contacts to your application in real-time.

You can find the full list of Webhook Triggers for HubSpot below:‌

  • New Record

  • Record Updated

  • Record Deleted

  • Record Deleted for Privacy (GDPR)

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